Wood Stove glass in door cleaning


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Old 11-09-05, 04:58 PM
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Wood Stove glass in door cleaning

I am wondering how to properly clean the glass in the door?
So far I have used a paint scrapper.

Also, is it supposed to be getting all black with sutt?
 
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There's a company, I think it's Rutland, that makes a spray cleaning solution for fireplace/stove glass. Most hardware stores or fireplace/stove shops sell it. It works very well at cleaning the creosote and soot of the glass.
 
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Old 11-16-05, 03:50 PM
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Most hearth stores and hardware stores sell soot cleaner for glass doors. A razor blade scraper may expedite removal of severe soot built up. Giving cleaner time to dissolve soot is helpful. Take precautionary measures to prevent dripping cleaner and soot from getting on hearth and other surfaces.
 
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Easy way to clean glass

Okay guys, woman here, simple way to clean glass, is go to any dollar store and get a cheap can of oven cleaner....yes men, oven cleaner for $1. Spray it on..wipe it off with paper towel, will take 3 minutes for all....!!

Marilyn
 
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Old 10-27-06, 06:19 PM
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Proceed with caution when cleaning to assure cleaner does not drip on to other surfaces. The no-odor oven cleaner should do quite well. It's non-toxic and non-hazardous.
 
 

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